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Landau levels and Riemann zeros

Sierra, Germán; Townsend, Paul K.

4 pages, 2 figures.-- PACS numbers: 02.10.De, 05.45.Mt.-- ArXiv pre-print available at: http://arxiv.org/abs/0805.4079 | The number N(E) of complex zeros of the Riemann zeta function with positive imaginary part less than E is the sum of a `smooth' function Ñ(E) and a 'fluctuation'. Berry and Keatin...

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Investeringar i kommunal infrastruktur: Förutsättningar för en målfokuserad investeringsverksamhet

Fjertorp, Jonas

Capital assets in local infrastructure constitute an overbearing concern for society, with the generation of benefits for the population being its prime purpose. Nevertheless, the conditions for the capital investment activities within local governments are diffuse. Which different kinds of investme...

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EU energy policy and national gas markets:the role of French and German governments and gas industries at the European, national and regional levels

Penna,Alexander Douglas

This study is founded on theoretical and conceptual models of institutional change. I attempt to chart the institutional changes placed on the French and German gas markets as a result of the European Union’s liberalization policies in the gas market in the period 1998-2003. I ask how the current ma...

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Dynamics of fine-grained sediments and stratigraphic evolution of a back-barrier tidal basin of the German Wadden Sea (southern North Sea).

Chang, T. S.

As a result of land reclamation and dike construction over the last millennium, the size of many Wadden Sea tidal basins has been reduced by as much as 50%. As a consequence, average energy levels along the shoreline have increased and have prevented the formation of natural mud flats and salt marsh...

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Das ebene Doppelpendel

Richter, Peter H. (Bremen); Scholz, Hans-Joachim (Bremen)
1985-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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Bioenergy to save the world - Producing novel energy plants for growth on abandoned land

Schroder, P; Herzig, R; Bojinov, B; RUTTENS, Ann; Nehnevajova, E; Stamatiadis, S; Memon, A; VassileV, A; Caviezel, M

Background and Aim. Following to the 2006 climate summit, the European Union formally set the goal of limiting global warming to 2 degrees Celsius. But even today, climate change is already affecting people and ecosystems. Examples are melting glaciers and polar ice, reports about thawing permafrost...

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